National Museum of Funeral History presents "The History of Cremation Exhibit" opening day

"The History of Cremation Exhibit" opening day
Photo courtesy of National Museum of Funeral History

"The History of Cremation Exhibit" is a joint project of the National Museum of Funeral History and the Cremation Association of North America. The exhibit is a first-of-its kind undertaking, telling a visual story of cremation in America.

Once visitors experience the transition from 1876 to today, they will find themselves standing before a modern cremation chamber. In the opening where the body is placed within the chamber, a video screen will detail the cremation process from start to finish. This is where they will learn the science of cremation.

Event Details

When

9.17.18 | 10:00 am

Where

National Museum of Funeral History
415 Barren Springs Dr.
Houston, TX 77090-5918

Ticket Info

$7-$10; free for children age 5 and younger.